Tag Archives: sculpture

When I get old enough…..

I am now 73 and still working hard at writing, still learning, still trying to form prose that says something and says it well. What gives me courage are other old artists. Take, for example, Louise Bourgeois who declared, “”I

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Lost and found again: Cleopatra and Edmonia Lewis

In the 1980s a fire inspector in Chicago found a 2,000 pound statue of a woman in a salvage yard. Who it represented, where it came from and who had made it, were a mystery, but he knew it was

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Art is about opening an enormous suitcase.

Not very long ago, I was in the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, walking from one exhibit to another, when I ran across a fascinating piece called “Spectacular Helmet” and a quotation from its creator, Melissa Zink. It’s like

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Louise Bourgeois’s Spider

Louise Bourgeois recently died at the age of 98, having just finished more work. This post very briefly describes the artist and suggests a deeper look.

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Sculpture and a jazz piano

All about two old women and what they accomplished.

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